I hope you're not all getting sick of me, I've been asking a lot of questions here lately. I'm just wondering if the placement for the HP ad program ads has changed? I've noticed that in the last couple of hubs, no ads appear below my first photo like in all my other hubs. I see tall banner ads on the right, but nothing to the left of them inside the first paragraph of my hubs.
by Lisa HW16 months ago
(Maybe the answers to my questions is somewhere on HP; but even if any answers are out there on the site; so many changes have been made in seven-and-a-half years, I wanted to get the absolute latest with regard...
by Barbara Kay Badder4 years ago
I've heard that Google is going start giving less rank to sites with ads at the top of the fold. I have Google Adsense banner type ads just below the description of my page on my website. Do I need to remove these? I...
by Sherry Hewins5 months ago
I hope Robin will come by and comment on this one. I have been going through all of my old comments and deleting any that don't add anything to the conversation, but some of my hubs have a ton of very useful and...
by Ben Guinter5 years ago
Why if I have 5,000+ hits to my hubs over the past 7 days do I only have 2,198 impressions for my HubPages Ads?!Are they not always running? Are they not shown to other hubbers? Am I really getting a 60/40...
by Writer Fox3 years ago
I would like a better explanation of the Hub Score. I have a Hub that I uploaded on May 12th, it's ranked #2 on Google search results for its main keyword phrase, it's getting 175 visits per day sent by Google,...
by Gable Rhoads3 years ago
Do you more experienced Hubbers believe writing about controversial topics like politics hurts or help your page traffic? For example, if you disagree with someone's political Hub, will you not visit their other Hubs?
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